Should I Study for a Certificate, Diploma or Degree?
Bringing you educational insight, tips, and stories to inspire you to begin your own study abroad adventure in UK, US, Australia, Ireland, Canada and more destinations!
Choosing a programme type to study abroad can depend on your career goals, budget, location, industry and the time you’re willing to spend abroad. Here, we will explore the differences between studying a degree, diploma or certificate abroad, and discuss how to decide which one is right for you.
Are you planning to study abroad in an English-speaking country? You probably have heard of IELTS or TOEFL.
The decision to send your child to a boarding school overseas will always be difficult, personal and different for each individual, but knowing that time is prioritised for mental health and wellbeing is an added comfort to many.
Intake offers a 'Chat with Students' service on their website, which allows real-life students (Ambassadors) to show how Intake helped them through their application process and their experiences at their chosen university.
Planning to study in the UK? After you’ve been accepted by a British educational institute, you need to apply for a UK Student Visa. To help you get ready for your UK Study Visa, we’ve put together this guide, detailing the requirements, process and fees of UK Student Visa.
The Ivy League comprises 8 private research universities in the United States. In this blog post, we’re going to look at the history of the Ivy League schools, each one of them and the difference between them and other American universities.